Tyler Chancey

Whenever he's not posting long form ramblings at his own digital watering hole at cybertavern.blogspot.com, Tyler Chancey is a robot in human skin passionate about video games as an artform. He is also addicted to trash anime and polyhedral dice.

Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Review | Still a Classic

Shadow of the Colossus was an amazing game back in 2005. Now thanks to Bluepoint Games, It is an amazing game in 2018.

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Monster Hunter World Review | Jurassic Loot

Monster Hunter World is the series’ triumphant return to consoles. The monsters are bigger, and the hunting is better than ever.

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Fanatical Five: 5 Tips For Monster Hunter World

In this Fanatical Five close to Monster Hunter World’s release, Tyler gives newbies to the series five small but helpful tips.

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A Look At Deadly Premonition The Board Game

Deadly Premonition The Board Game is an unexpected but welcome adaptation of the 2010 cult classic game. It’s also a blast to play.

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Tyler Chancey’s Top 5 Games of 2017

There were so many great games this year, I had serious trouble making this list. After much deliberation, here are the top 5 2017 games I thoroughly loved.

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Steep’s Road to the Olympics Feels Fresh

Road to the Olympics is the latest expansion for Steep. It is a bit overpriced but the improvements made to the main game are worth it.

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We Need to Start Talking About Loot Boxes

In the fallout of Star Wars Battlefront II, we need to start taking Loot Boxes more seriously as both players and critics.

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Star Wars Battlefront II Review | Pile of Sith

Star Wars Battlefront II was a solid enjoyable multiplayer experience with an alright campaign… then EA happened.

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LA Noire Finds New Life on Switch

Rockstar brings back Team Bondi’s LA Noire to new platforms. But what exactly makes the Switch version stand out?

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EA Plays Damage Control on Star Wars Battlefront II

EA has been making constant changes to Star Wars Battlefront II in response to its controversial loot box system.

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Call of Duty WW2 Review | Blandest Hour

Call of Duty WW2 was sold as going in a bold new direction by returning to the trenches of World War 2. In reality, it’s more of a retread.

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SAFe 2017: Christopher Brown Welcomes Me to Slaughterville

Capping off his time at SAFe 2017, Tyler talked to Christopher Brown, the creator of Welcome to Slaughterville and discovered a horror gem.

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SAFe 2017: The Fifth World is About The Journey, Not Conflict

At Save Against Fear, The Fifth World showed a different RPG system. One about the journey and the smaller moments over combat.

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